On or after July 1, 2019, were you homeless or were you self-supporting and at risk of being homeless?
Homeless means lacking fixed, regular, and adequate housing.
You might be homeless if you're living in shelters, parks, motels, hotels, public spaces, camping grounds, cars, abandoned buildings, or you’re temporarily living with other people because you have nowhere else to go. Also, if you’re living in any of these situations and fleeing an abusive parent, you might be considered homeless even if your parent would otherwise provide a place to live.
Select “Yes” if any time after July 1, 2019, you were homeless or were self-supporting and at risk of being homeless.
Select “No” if you’re not homeless or at risk of being homeless.